Malaysia’s longest running international youth football school, Little League Soccer has been teaching in Southeast Asia since 1999. Offering coaching to kids from the age of four to 16, the club has academies at The New Camp in Bandar Utama, UM Park at Universiti Malaya, the International School of Kuala Lumpur in Desa Melawati and Ardence Arena at Eco Ardence, Setia Alam – four modern football facilities that combine top quality pitches with excellent accessibility and facilities.


From social weekend sessions to high level midweek training, Little League Soccer has a programme for every child. Starting with Fundamentals training on Saturdays and Sundays, players have a clear pathway through to our elite development teams playing under the FC Kuala Lumpur banner.

Away from regular training, Little League runs holiday soccer camps and corporate football schemes while also working with Malaysia’s leading international schools to deliver professional CCA football activities.


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